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March 15, 2012

Ladybug Notepad

Hi, Michelle here from Lady of Leisure Ink - thank you Pam for having me over to play on your blog.

Last week my youngest, Phoebe was home from college on spring break.  She told me that her room-mate loved the handmade cards and things that I send Phoebe.  Well, it's always nice to be appreciated, so I decided to make this little notepad so her roommate could have it on her desk.

This is a cut file available from here from The Digi Chick.  It can be made into a card or mini album, and although probably more suited to a 'little gir'l, my daughter assures me that the' big girl' who is going to receive this will love it.

The file comes in 3 parts: the body (black), 2 wings (red) and the 6 spots (black glitter).  I used my Cameo to cut and re-size all the pieces, and then made large circles with white paper that were just slightly smaller than the body.  I punched a hole through everything and fixed it together with a brad.  Of course I had to add some googly eyes too!

Each of the notepad pages is stamped with a ladybug image - this stamp is from Stampin' Up and is called 'Very Punny'.

Hope you enjoyed my project today.



papillon digital design said...

wow this is super cute. This big girl wouldn't mind having one of these on her desk too so I am sure your daughter is right. Thanks for the link too. Love the ladybug stamp coloring. TFS

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

It is adorable. Love the little bug stamp too, makes a great finishing touch. TFS

LisaB said...

Super Cute!!!! Thanks for sharing

Anonymous said...

Awe! Super cute!

JenL said...

Very cute!!

Kimberli said...

What a fun idea, I love this! And so neat that you stamped each page - great idea!!

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